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Frequent mandatory password changes are no longer the go-to answer for system security, says Adam Kehler, principal consultant and healthcare practice lead at Online Business Systems.
A lack of third-party cybersecurity standards is hampering hospital-vendor partnerships, says Lorraine Bessmer, senior cybersecurity analyst at St. Luke's Health System.
Dr. Jacqueline Shreibati, former chief medical officer of AliveCor, describes the company's mobile ECG tech and the industry's embrace of consumer-friendly offerings.
Amy Bantham, DrPH candidate at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, describes her research on physician-prescribed exercise referral programs for cardiac rehabilitation.
Mahima Muralidharan , chief psychology officer at Tiatros, talks about partnerships her company has made to inject digital mental health support into established care and rehab programs.
EMRAM is used as a tool to manage healthcare, but it's important for all stakeholders to work collaboratively in order to improve outcomes, says Ilker Köse, technology transfer office director at Istanbul Medipol University in Turkey.
In our first episode of "When It Works," intracranial hematoma patient Danielle Collins and George Washington University Hospital's Dr. Walter Jean discuss how a virtual reality tool helped Collins comprehend her condition.
The proliferation of digital personal assistants and other voice interfaces have opened the door for personable AI care platforms, LifePod Solutions CEO Stuart Patterson says.
Trust and security are extremely important when it comes to using citizen data to improve health outcomes, explains Sinikka Salo, leader of change with Finland's Permanent Secretary's Cabinet Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Government.
The speed at which Turkey has transformed digitally is seen as an excellent model to learn from, according to Sonia Khayat, general director of International Cooperation at Ministry of Health in Tunisia.